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Lime Talk Live Chat


Put Lime Talk live chat on your website and give every customer a chance to get in touch with you and receive a reply in a few seconds. You can reply from your computer or mobile phone.

Lime Talk allows you to see in real-time when a visitor comes to your website. You can see the product they are interested in and most importantly, it allows the visitor to ask any question, which you can answer instantly.

Increase your conversion rate by offering your customers exactly what they are searching for.

Lime Talk is fully customizable and you can choose any color or text you want.

Key features

  • Unlimited conversations
  • Customize colors and themes
  • Customize all text
  • Automatically triggered messages
  • Communication through mobile devices
  • Inactivity detector
  • Shortcuts
  • Statistics
  • And many other features…

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What are you waiting for? Install Lime Talk live chat plugin now and sign up here to create your own account!


  • Chat window on your website
  • Chat window on your website – minimized


  1. Install plugin from WordPress directory and activate it.
  2. Visit and create your Lime Talk account if you don’t already have one.
  3. Copy Lime Talk installation code from the Lime Talk client zone and paste it into the plugin settings, which you can find in the Live Chat section of the WordPress left menu.
  4. Lime Talk live chat should be visible on your website now (if you don’t see it, reload the page). Log into and start chatting with your website visitors.


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“Lime Talk Live Chat” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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